1. The Tradizioni Di Stile
collection from Vietri Antico
Ceramica brings some definite
sex appeal with ’60s mod graphics,
some of which are graced with
a touch of red, all covered over
with a rich glaze. Tiles are
20 x 20 cm.
2. Expert glassmith Tracy Glover
takes her talents to the tabletop
with the Drizzle Barware set. It’s
created using an Italian technique
called Zanfirico where pencil-thin
canes of white glass are encased
in clear glass. These are then
twisted and manipulated to create a
solid glass orb with trails of organic
white lines. A bubble is blown into
the mass to then form the shape
of the product.
3. The Rush Bench from Smilow
Furniture was inspired by its
original 1956 collection, with a new
twist. This edition features handwoven, dyed black, color-safe rush
contrasted with blonde ash wood.
Proportions, wood species, and
finish are all customizable.
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